This Billionaire donor who funded Jan. 6 group is now pouring dark money into Glenn Youngkin campaign

Glenn Youngkin, image via Wikimedia Commons.

A billionaire Trump donor who funded a group that marched on the Capitol ahead of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot is bankrolling a dark-money group boosting Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin’s attacks on Democratic opponent Terry McAuliffe.
The Republican-aligned Restoration PAC this week launched new ads attacking McAuliffe, who served a previous term as governor, over crime rates. (Virginia’s unusual term limits restrict governors to one term, but does not bar them from running again after leaving office.

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The Case Against a GOP Presidential Coronation

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Donald Trump has given every indication he is running for president again, short of formally announcing it, and the party is lining up dutifully behind him. While this comes as no surprise since Trump turned out new voters and is a fundraising machine, he also lost the last election, both in the Electoral College and by roughly 7 million popular votes. 
The GOP didn’t line up behind Mitt Romney ahead of 2016 after his 2012 presidential loss or behind McCain in 2012 following his 2008 loss, for that matter.

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The Case Against a GOP Presidential Coronation

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Donald Trump has given every indication he is running for president again, short of formally announcing it, and the party is lining up dutifully behind him. While this comes as no surprise since Trump turned out new voters and is a fundraising machine, he also lost the last election, both in the Electoral College and by roughly 7 million popular votes. 
The GOP didn’t line up behind Mitt Romney ahead of 2016 after his 2012 presidential loss or behind McCain in 2012 following his 2008 loss, for that matter.

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John Eastman Is Right: His Election Memo Was “Crazy”

On Friday, National Review reported that one of the key legal architects of Donald Trump’s effort to overturn the last election, John Eastman, now has some second thoughts. “Anybody who thinks that that’s a viable strategy is crazy,” Eastman now says of his own work product. While Eastman’s acknowledgment comes with many strings attached—he repeatedly misremembered and mischaracterized his own advice to Trump in his conversation with National Review—it is not wrong.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Boot Biden now

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In the dead of the night at 3 a.m., acting like New York City rats scurrying about under cover of darkness, the Biden regime continues to disperse overwhelming numbers of illegals throughout the United States at will. It continues also to fly illegal immigrants into private airports via chartered flights (at taxpayer expense), in clear violation of FAA regulations against such night-time airport operations.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Boot Biden now

OPINION:
In the dead of the night at 3 a.m., acting like New York City rats scurrying about under cover of darkness, the Biden regime continues to disperse overwhelming numbers of illegals throughout the United States at will. It continues also to fly illegal immigrants into private airports via chartered flights (at taxpayer expense), in clear violation of FAA regulations against such night-time airport operations.

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‘Trump World’ is no joke — and it wants to devour American democracy

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“Trump World” is not a joke, if it ever really was. That’s no longer the term exclusively applied to Donald Trump’s orbit by media observers or political opponents. It’s now how Trump World describes itself.
When longtime Trump loyalist Corey Lewandowski lost his job leading the pro-Trump super PAC Make America Great Again Action, after facing accusations of sexual misconduct, Trump spokesman Taylor Budowich tweeted that Lewandowski “will no longer be associated with Trump World.

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